Hermoine De Paula’s collection was exquisite. With a colorful array of prints that keep one anticipating for one look after the other. This collection has Alice in Wonderland pop into mind. I’m thinking that this is a collection that the Queen of Hearts, in the 21st century, would definitely rock and rock well. Enjoy!
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Being a new blog in progress for a new magazine in progress, I have the privilege and excitement of seeing, reading, and approving/disapproving of every new comment that is given. Well today, I was doing my daily “look see” of comments and came across one from Alex Turvey regarding his Dazed & Confused commissioned fashion film — Frankenfashion, that features the wigs and hair ( “The Lips” ) from hairstylist extraordinare Charles Le Mindu and clothing by some of the hottest desginers out there — Nathan Jenden, Rupert Sanderson, Hannah Marshall, Louise Goldin, Manjit Deu. For those that don’t quite understand it, the film can be viewed as disturbing, but you can’t deny the aesthetic beauty of this film from the clothing to the music, to what inspires Mr. Turvey to create such a film. Kudos Alex.
Read Alex’s full bio and other information here.
See the Frankenfashion in its entirety here
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Chicago’s darling, Maria Pinto, showed for the first time at New York Fashion Week her Spring/Summer 2010 collection. Read the full article here on Factio Magazine.
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Camille Roman, Gibraltarian designer and founder of TOUR DE FORCE graduated from Womenswear at Central St. Martins. Camille sharpened her design skills through studio experience at Lanvin, Zac Posen and Johnny Loves Rosie. Thus, leading to launching her own range of luxury accessories and womenswear.
images courtesy of Anne-Marie Michel